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  1. #26
    Veteran noob cake's Avatar
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    CP3 and King Crab are really the only two players who could take a team of trash like the Hornets to the playoffs. (Seriously who the on the Hornets actually has value?, CP3 and DWest?)

  2. #27
    Lakers, World Champions La Peace's Avatar
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    Chris Paul is a better player than Tony Parker

  3. #28
    I am the man with no name Hornets1's Avatar
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    CP3 and King Crab are really the only two players who could take a team of trash like the Hornets to the playoffs. (Seriously who the on the Hornets actually has value?, CP3 and DWest?)
    And OOKKKAAAFFFOOORRRR!!!

  4. #29
    we rang stretch's Avatar
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    Sun shines on a dog's ass every once in a while.

  5. #30
    Based dirk4mvp's Avatar
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    How can Parker be better than Paul when he can't even beat JJ Barea?

  6. #31
    BOlieve manufan10's Avatar
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    I would say it depends on the team and what you're looking for from your PG. If you're looking for a guy that creates shots for others, is a good defender, is a great passer and to "manage" (not in a bad way) your offense, then you go with Chris Paul. If you're looking for a guy who can penetrate, get into the paint, finish, or score, then you would go with TP. It all depends on the team.

  7. #32
    I am the man with no name Hornets1's Avatar
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    Sun shines on a dog's ass every once in a while.
    Why don't we just call Tim Duncan a 3-pt specialist while were at it:



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNCjH7tAAOo

  8. #33
    we rang stretch's Avatar
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    Why don't we just call Tim Duncan a 3-pt specialist while were at it:



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNCjH7tAAOo
    I wouldn't put it past these spurfans to think that.

  9. #34
    I am the man with no name Hornets1's Avatar
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    I would say it depends on the team and what you're looking for from your PG. If you're looking for a guy that creates shots for others, is a good defender, is a great passer and to "manage" (not in a bad way) your offense, then you go with Chris Paul. If you're looking for a guy who can penetrate, get into the paint, finish, or score, then you would go with TP. It all depends on the team.

    Good Point. Good Post.

  10. #35
    we rang stretch's Avatar
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    I think people are sleeping on CP3's scoring ability. He is as good, if not a better scorer than TP.

  11. #36
    We'll Be Back Spursfan092120's Avatar
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    Sun shines on a dog's ass every once in a while.
    So an AllStar is a dog's ass? What does that make most of the Mavericks, Phillip?

  12. #37
    we rang stretch's Avatar
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    So an AllStar is a dog's ass? What does that make most of the Mavericks, Phillip?
    fail

  13. #38
    We'll Be Back Spursfan092120's Avatar
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    ?? explain?

  14. #39
    we rang stretch's Avatar
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    I shouldn't have to. You missed the joke within, moron.

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    Motivation for me... Stringer_Bell's Avatar
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    Paul is a street ballin' hood rat. Parker is an NBA player.
    Paul has better style. Parker has better substance.
    Paul is surrounded by kids (and Peja). Parker is surrounded by professional athletes.

    Who puts butts in the stadium seats? Paul.
    Who would I trust to win me a championship? Parker.

    Could go either way, for realz.

  16. #41
    I am the man with no name Hornets1's Avatar
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    I think people are sleeping on CP3's scoring ability. He is as good, if not a better scorer than TP.
    His average doesn't do his scoring ability justice. He usually doesn't even shoot in the 1st quarter. He tries to get everyone else going 1st. Parker is sick and 2nd to none at penetrating and getting to the rim. They are both great scorers, TP's style just gives him more attempts and he makes good of those attempts.

  17. #42
    I am the man with no name Hornets1's Avatar
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    Paul is a street ballin' hood rat. Parker is an NBA player.
    Paul has better style. Parker has better substance.
    Paul is surrounded by kids (and Peja). Parker is surrounded by professional athletes.

    Who puts butts in the stadium seats? Paul.
    Who would I trust to win me a championship? Parker.

    Could go either way, for realz.

    I'm happy your backing Parker! I wouldn't want a dumbass w/ absolutely re ed reasons backing Paul, just makes that player look worse.

  18. #43
    Ina world of hype, we win IronMexican's Avatar
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    Cp3

  19. #44
    Scrumtrulescent
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    Paul is better than Parker. Not by some huge landside, but by enough to where arguements to the contrary are homer-esque.

  20. #45
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    I think people are sleeping on CP3's scoring ability. He is as good, if not a better scorer than TP.
    I'd go for "as good".

  21. #46
    we rang stretch's Avatar
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    I'd go for "as good".
    I'd go for better, because he can score by penetration very effectively himself, but is a much better jumpshooter, gets to the line more, and is a better FT shooter.

    Plus its a lot easier to gameplan for CP3 than it is for TP because TP actually has a very good team around him, while you can just double and triple CP3 while daring his ty teammates to beat you.

  22. #47
    The Dude minds DPG21920's Avatar
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    Why are people acting like having a 7 foot athletic big man in Chandler that can run the floor, a PF in West who has great range, one of the best 3 point shooters to play in Peja are nothing?

  23. #48
    A neverending cycle Trainwreck2100's Avatar
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    Paul is a better pg by light years, better player is debatable

  24. #49
    Ina world of hype, we win IronMexican's Avatar
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    Why are people acting like having a 7 foot athletic big man in Chandler that can run the floor, a PF in West who has great range, one of the best 3 point shooters to play in Peja are nothing?
    Chandler was hurt almost all of last season and Peja was building brick house for the Katrina victims all last season. When he has a good team around him, he showed us what he could do.

  25. #50
    Scrumtrulescent
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    I'd go for better, because he can score by penetration very effectively himself, but is a much better jumpshooter, gets to the line more, and is a better FT shooter.

    Plus its a lot easier to gameplan for CP3 than it is for TP because TP actually has a very good team around him, while you can just double and triple CP3 while daring his ty teammates to beat you.
    It's splitting hairs, both are very gifted scorers. I'd say Tony's a better penetrator and a more creative scorer around the paint, and I'd agree with you that Paul's better at getting to the line and better once he gets there. As far as shooters, Paul's better at 3's, but I think they're about equal shooting midrange behind screens.

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